* U.S. auto sales seen at 13.2 mln rate in March-poll * Sales seen off slightly from Feb. as incentives decline * Japan turmoil not seen affecting sales; gas a concern By Ben Klayman DETROIT, March 29 (Reuters) - U.S. auto sales in March are expected to rise about 12 percent from last year's depressed levels, but high gasoline prices and production problems caused by the Japanese earthquake could slow a recovery, analysts and investors said. Auto sales represent one of the first ...
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